Studio - Deep Fat Fryer £8.99 Delivered using code 050
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Studio - Deep Fat Fryer £8.99 Delivered using code 050

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Found 16th Dec 2017
I know studio aren't the best company around, but a deep fat fryer delivered for £8.99 is a good deal.
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Haylhoo2 m ago

Buy a halogen oven instead, healthier food that tastes better and less …Buy a halogen oven instead, healthier food that tastes better and less mess (and smell)


Not bothered about the healthier side though. I love the deep fat fryers for proper chips, nothing comes close to chips cooked in one
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Buy a halogen oven instead, healthier food that tastes better and less mess (and smell)
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Haylhoo2 m ago

Buy a halogen oven instead, healthier food that tastes better and less …Buy a halogen oven instead, healthier food that tastes better and less mess (and smell)


Not bothered about the healthier side though. I love the deep fat fryers for proper chips, nothing comes close to chips cooked in one
chrisbarker12 m ago

Not bothered about the healthier side though. I love the deep fat fryers …Not bothered about the healthier side though. I love the deep fat fryers for proper chips, nothing comes close to chips cooked in one


I tell you something that comes close.. A heart attack
chrisbarker115 m ago

Not bothered about the healthier side though. I love the deep fat fryers …Not bothered about the healthier side though. I love the deep fat fryers for proper chips, nothing comes close to chips cooked in one


Have you tried proper chips from a halogen? Myself and everyone I know who has one wound never go back to deep frying. Personal preference but don't knock it till you've tried it 😋
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Haylhoo1 m ago

Have you tried proper chips from a halogen? Myself and everyone I know who …Have you tried proper chips from a halogen? Myself and everyone I know who has one wound never go back to deep frying. Personal preference but don't knock it till you've tried it 😋


I have tried them, and much prefer deep fryer
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Noobster10115 m ago

I tell you something that comes close.. A heart attack


Not really, it's not something I would have 3 times a day, probably twice a week at most.
sorry but cold for me, with a capacity of only 0.9L then you will struggle to fry even a handful of chips at a time, any more and they will turn out soggy crap

better off buying a cheap chip basket to fit a bit pan and add a thermometer so you can keep an eye on the oil temperature
Cheap as chips! Heat from me
You’ll be lucky if you can fit a Scotch egg in that.
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-=blootoon=-10 m ago

sorry but cold for me, with a capacity of only 0.9L then you will struggle …sorry but cold for me, with a capacity of only 0.9L then you will struggle to fry even a handful of chips at a time, any more and they will turn out soggy crapbetter off buying a cheap chip basket to fit a bit pan and add a thermometer so you can keep an eye on the oil temperature


Its £9. There are the same size capacity for a lot more money than this. Why would some people need a huge deep fat fryer when there are only cooking for them selves?
Noobster10131 m ago

I tell you something that comes close.. A heart attack


Absolute rubbish there's plenty of oils you can use and in MODERATION won't impact your health. In fact scientists now admit they've been ott in their worries about fat & in fact sugar is far worse.

In short everything in moderation & there's no risk to health
Can't stand studio - they won't let you order without credit checking you
Bargain. HOT!
ellbee1 h, 7 m ago

You’ll be lucky if you can fit a Scotch egg in that.


I have one,It holds enough chips for 1 portion and saves having to use a large amount of oil in a bigger one
Rich441 h, 44 m ago

Absolute rubbish there's plenty of oils you can use and in MODERATION …Absolute rubbish there's plenty of oils you can use and in MODERATION won't impact your health. In fact scientists now admit they've been ott in their worries about fat & in fact sugar is far worse.In short everything in moderation & there's no risk to health


Amen to you, totally agree, bloody food police A*****s
Need a credit account so I’m out
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Wilzia40 m ago

Need a credit account so I’m out


Once the item has been sent you can just go online and click pay, I don't see the big problem with it to be honest
Edited by: "cbark" 16th Dec 2017
It's identical to the Wilko one which retails for £15 - wilko.com/fry….ds
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dush_yant55 m ago

It's identical to the Wilko one which retails for £15 - …It's identical to the Wilko one which retails for £15 - http://www.wilko.com/fryers/wilko-deep-fat-fryer-robust-stainless-steel-09l/invt/0318682?nst=0&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIioSx-J6P2AIVCeAbCh3YeAkOEAkYASABEgIAbPD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds


So £6 cheaper at studio?
chrisbarker11 h, 59 m ago

So £6 cheaper at studio?


Depends how you see it - you have to open a credit account at Studio where as you just buy it directly at Wilko, so is your credit info worth just £6?
chrisbarker16 h, 54 m ago

Its £9. There are the same size capacity for a lot more money than this. …Its £9. There are the same size capacity for a lot more money than this. Why would some people need a huge deep fat fryer when there are only cooking for them selves?


Well to deep fry properly you need enough oil to submerse whatever you are cooking and for the temperature to remain high enough to FRY the item, if you do not have enough oil to maintain the temperature then you end up boiling in oil instead of frying, looking at this thing you would have to stand the chips on end to get them in and I would hate to try a bit of fish or chicken in it, these small fryers are cheap for a reason. Also i see no mention of the wattage of the fryer which is usually a bad sign in fryers which are one item that needs the power to maintain the heat, most good fryers are at least 1200W+ and some are even over 2000W but i would avoid these cheaper ones which can be as low as 600W. Lets face it if you are going to deep fry food then at least do it right
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-=blootoon=-7 m ago

Well to deep fry properly you need enough oil to submerse whatever you are …Well to deep fry properly you need enough oil to submerse whatever you are cooking and for the temperature to remain high enough to FRY the item, if you do not have enough oil to maintain the temperature then you end up boiling in oil instead of frying, looking at this thing you would have to stand the chips on end to get them in and I would hate to try a bit of fish or chicken in it, these small fryers are cheap for a reason. Also i see no mention of the wattage of the fryer which is usually a bad sign in fryers which are one item that needs the power to maintain the heat, most good fryers are at least 1200W+ and some are even over 2000W but i would avoid these cheaper ones which can be as low as 600W. Lets face it if you are going to deep fry food then at least do it right


My point was, that why would I need a bigger deep fat fryer where I need loads of oil to just cook a few chips for my self?
chrisbarker119 m ago

My point was, that why would I need a bigger deep fat fryer where I need …My point was, that why would I need a bigger deep fat fryer where I need loads of oil to just cook a few chips for my self?


well if you want to fry a few (and it would be a few) chips badly then go ahead and waste your money but you will make a better job using a pan on your hob and adding your .9L of oil to that, at least your hob will have enough power to maintain the oil at the proper temperature, if you can not understand that then i give up.
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OK you stick to the more expensive ones that you can obviously afford. Not everyone can afford higher prices.
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